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An individual can own multiple business
entities without having the business entities being liable to the others for any reasons. The key is separation of assets. Thus, you are already doing what is needed, you are separating accounts of the two companies, you are not commingling funds of the two companies, you are not using one company to pay the bills of the other company and you are keeping separate corporate records. These are all things the courts look at in determining whether or not a company is separate or a part of another entity.
As you have separated the new LLC completely, you are now ready at any time you like to dissolve the NH LLC.
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